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Johnson & Johnson Spent 2019 Dogged by Lawsuits

WorldNews Saturday, 28 December 2019
Johnson & Johnson Spent 2019 Dogged by LawsuitsWith the year almost over, we’re taking a look at all 30 stocks in the Dow, starting with the worst performer— Walgreens Boots Alliance —and working our way up to the highest-flying stock in the benchmark—Apple. The ranking may shift before the close of 2019 trading, but the stories behind the stocks shouldn’t. Whether you thought Johnson & Johnson shares were overpriced or underpriced in 2019 hinged largely on how your answer to this question: How big of a deal are the number of lawsuits the company faces over its products? Johnson & Johnson (ticker: JNJ) finished 2019 up about 13%, after losing 7.6% in 2018. The 2019 result puts it...
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